- Day Camps
- School Day Off
- School Based
- Camp Hantesa
- Outdoor Education
- Overnight Camp
- Teen Leadership
- Community Center
Club programs are designed to be youth-centered and fun but with serious learning goals, such as fostering tolerance, building friendships and relationships with adults, developing a sense of family and community. Following our motto “Give Service”, club children participate in a variety of service projects helping them to become responsible citizens who are concerned about their communities and society. All clubs and activities are coeducational.
The four program levels of the Camp Fire club program are:
- Starflight for children from K-2nd grade
- Adventure for children in 3-5th grades
- Discovery for children in 6-8th grades
- Horizon for children in 9-12th grades.
Club experiences offer members opportunities to develop planning and decision making skills, as well as skills related to their interests. Children earn emblems as recognition items for projects completed. Each year some 200 Camp Fire members are named Wohelos, the organization's highest honor. Most Camp Fire clubs include eight to twenty members who meet at least once a week after school, in the evenings, or on weekends. Each club is led by one or more adult volunteers. Club members work on a variety of projects in outdoor education, camping, creative arts, sports, dramatics, community service and self-reliance activities. Clubs may also visit interesting and educational places and take camping trips. Older members engage in community-service activities, such as visiting homes for senior citizens, serving food at a homeless shelter, or tutoring younger children. Overall, children learn to work and play together to have fun!
Please contact us for more information and how to find a club or start a club in your community.